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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta vwij ivc The South in short Hospital administrator quits PINCHER CREEK Oliver H. R. Haigh has esigned as administrator of St. Vincent's Hospital. The board if management received and accepted his resignation with Mr. Haigh has held the position of administrator for the past we and he will terminate his employment July 31. Director honored at Coaldale COALDALE Murray J. Robison of named five times at the Dominion Drama was honored by family and friends at a recent gathering here that marked his retirement from teaching. Marion president of the R. I. Baker School students' union presented Mr. Robison with a book which bears the signatures of everyone who was present. Child care clinics The Barons-Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the follow- ing infant and pre-school HAYS in the Receives B. Ed. Elaine M. Phillips Eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace J. Phillips of re- ceived her Bachelor of Education degree at the University of Alberta Spring Convocation. Elaine teaches French at the Innisfail Jr.-Sr. High School and at pres- ent is attending a Sum- mer Session of French studies in France. Corral Panels These labor saving inexpensive corral panels are the best in portable ranch equipment. Easy lighter very strong. Excellent for use around in etc. in Makes corral cleaning a dream. Remove one or two panels and use power equipment. Can be set up in any way or place you desire. Completely self-supporting. Let your imagination be your guide. Ideal A.1. Equipment. Do It Yourself... We have lots of wire available if you want to make your own panels also a good quantity of panel wire for Hogs and Sheep. CATTLE PJ 11.89 14.OO 17.92 CLINT'S EQUIPMENT LIMITED In Canada By Alberta Phone 654-3534 Gas co-ops move ahead in Pincher Creek area school from 1 to 3 p.m. PICTURE BUTTE in Picture Butte High School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER in the health unit office in the ad- ministration from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. NOBLEFORD in the school from to p.m VAUXHALL in the elementary school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE in the health unit office in the town office from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1.30 to 4 p.m. TABER in the health unit from 10 a.m to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. Speech therapy for pre- schoolers is available at the health unit by phoning 345-4877 for appointment. For social service ap- pointments 223- 3911 Testing appointments in the caboose Omer CP Rail's chief of public relations in introduces guests to comforts of a wooden caboose. Mr. Lavallee is in Fort Macleod this Home- coming Week along CP Rail's display an assortment of veteran rolling stock. The train will be display in Fort Macleod tonight until 9 p.m. and again Sunday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Former district teacher dies CARDSTON Word has been received here that Dr. Morgan Scott of Salt Lake a prominent physician and surgeon died there on June 27. Dr. Coombs came to Cardston with his parents when very young. His father opened Coombs Hardware which was in operation in Cardston for many years. He married Vivian Holman of Magrath in 1925. He graduated from the Cardston High School and took his normal training in Calgary. He was principal of the Hillsprings and Glenwood High schools. After 10 years of teaching he went on to complete One-time resident may win at Coast Doug Liberal can- didate for Surrey-White and the son of Joe S Hovan Milk River stands a good chance of winning the Lower Mainland riding. According to a Vancouver Province poll of the suburban Mr. Hovan com- mands 22 per cent of the pop- ular vote in Surrey-White Rock Surrey and White Rock have both recently become bedroom communities for the burgeoning city of Vancouver. Mr. Hovan billed as working man's should win votes from Surrey- White Rock's gowing blue and white-collar population ac- cording to his manager. goes over well on a person-to-person basis He's meeting a lot of and we know there's a big block of uncommitted votes There's plenty of margin for a Liberal according to Ted Gybels the manager. Horse clinic RAYMOND The Ray- mond recreation board will sponsor a horse clinic in the Raymond Ice Arena July 29 to Aug. 2. The fee is payable to the Ray Hunt riinic. There will be camping facilities stalls and paddocks. Entries may be sent to Bar- bara Box Raymond. The deadline for entries is July 5. Halting the erosion of rural life The erosion of rural life can be halted by decisive government action. In order to stabilize the farm population at a proper level and ensure ade- quate farm incomes. NDP Government would design Farm Programs in order to create an atmosphere of harmony between farmers themselves and the so that farmers can live with one another and not off one another. Htmmlngway THE NDP set door prices for farm to ensure farmers a fair return and to take some of the uncertainties out of their planning. make the Canadian Wheat Board the sole market- ing agency for all Western Including feed rye and rapeseed. set up national producer-controlled marketing agencies for farm products. create a land bank to buy farms at market prices as they come up for sale and then lease the land to with guaranteed tenure and option to buy. have the government share the cost of maintaining Inventories of export grains In commercial positions so we can respond quickly to changing world demands. encourage establishment of co-operative or publicly-owned plants In the West to process foods and to manufacture farm supplies. Lauranne Hammlngway brings fresh approach 'to Politics for the Medicine Hat Constituency. On July 8th VOTE NDP inserted bv the Medicine Hat NDP Constituency Association his pre-medical studies at the University of Utah. He obtain- ed his M.D.- degree from Northwestern University in 1932. He practised medicine in Utah for 38 serving as chief of staff at Holy Cross Hospital in 1953 and president of the Utah Obstetrics and Gynecology Society in 1954 and 1955. He is survived by his three sons and two Mrs. Wilford Hansen and Mrs. Lawrence Kearl of Cardston are sisters. PINCHER CREEK The prospects appear very good that about 200 rural residents will be hooked up to natural gas this coming winter. The franchise boundaries for the distributors in this municipality have just about all been finalized. Most of this has been accomplished by canvassing the area concern- ed and adjusting the boun- daries to suit the majority of the people in the area as well as usjng natural boundaries. The Sumrnerview Gas Co-op will be starting construction of its system by July 15 if all goes as planned. The contrac- tor met recently with Pat John secretary and the directors. The system cost to the 122 proposed members will be per member with the government subsidies and grants covering the remainder of the cost of installation. Chief Mountain Gas Co-op's distribution system should be under construction during the month of July. The Pincher Creek Gas Co- op has com- pleted the design on its system to complete the infilling of its original franchise area plus the extension it received to serve the area west to Mill Creek. It will start in July too. The Castle River Gas Co-op has com- pleted a feasibility study of its allotted franchise west of Mill Creek and north to Livingstone Gas Co-op's south but as yet can only promise gas service for these residents in due to heavy construction commitments in other areas. The Peigan Indian band has formed the Buffalo Gas Co-op with Canadian Western Natural Gas Co. as the utility company in charge of the construction and maintenance of the which is sup- posed to be in operation for this winter. Livingstone Gas which has been in operation for a few is doing a feasibility study in regards to filling in its franchise area but has made no definite com- mitments. UNO DEVELOPERS RANCH MANAGEMENT 2000 Acre Creek Area 1100 Acre Bonlta Area Cowley BuiineM Town Barber Shop in Pincher Creek________ Crowsnest Pass Bureau VEHNON Rnidwit 582-2149 ATTENTION FARMERS With Wild Oat Problem It is not too late to use Shell Endaven to control wild oats. Good up to seven leaf stage. Oscar Tysseland Gas Oil Ltd. Phone 327-7785 after 5 p.m. Natural gas is coming to tho Glenwood-Hillspring-Hartleyville rural areas CANADIAN. WESTERN NATURAL GAS COMPANY LIMITED HARTLEYVILLE FRANCHISE AREA Rge W4 Canadian Western Natural Gas Company Leth- bldge will Install natural gas in this area under the Franchise approved by the Department of Tele- phones and Utilities Natural gas will be made available to all rural residents at a reasonable providing all participate In this pro- HERE'S Natural Qaa It vary economical fuel and once HERE'S HOW YOU CAN MAKE IT HAPPEN If you are located within the boundaries outlined on the map. attend an Information and sign-up meeting to be held In the Qlanwood Lions July 9th at p.m. For further Information contact Canadian Western Natural Qss Company LlmH CAR08TON Phone 653-3954. ;